As the little ones outgrow their cribs and toddler beds, you’ll need to go out and find them larger and more comfortable kids beds. Fortunately, you don’t have to search a lot for the best beds for kids as there’s already a wide range of options to choose from. There are numerous types, designs, and sizes of beds for kids including twin trundle beds, twin beds with storage, twin bunk beds, and twin kids beds with storage just to mention a few. You can choose from all styles of attractive, safe, and comfortable kids’ beds for both small and large bedrooms. Whether you are looking for kids’ beds for boys or girls or even beds with extra storage room, you’ll find the right bed for your needs.
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Keira Platform Bed with Drawers and Bookcase
This space-saving bed with built-in drawers is perfect for your little one’s bedroom. The bed’s headboard is a bookshelf for your child to store their favorite books, teddy or doll collection, or a spot for a night light. This bed’s clean, contemporary lines conceal three drawers with metal pulls to stash blankets, extra pillows, toys, or clothing. You will not need a box spring or bunkie board as the bed has a series of slats above the drawers to support a mattress.
Racing Car Kids Bed
What we like: Range of colors available
What we don’t like: Not much room for pillows
Not so great for: A more traditionally girly bedroom
Perfect for: A car-themed or racing bedroom
We love this kids bed in the shape of a racing car. Fully committing to the theme, your little girl or boy will love the realistic design. They will feel cool as a Formula 1 driver in this twin size, which can accommodate a six-inch or eight-inch mattress.
Constructed from high-density polyethylene, there are four color options to suit every child – blue, black, pink, and red. Plus, the high weight capacity of 250lbs means your child and their friends can hang out together on the bed. A potential downside is that the bed is very low to the ground, which could cause some issues as your child grows.
Open Frame Bed for Kids
What we like: Stylish and sleek design
What we don’t like: Open frame design could cause trapped fingers
Not so great for: Active sleepers
Perfect for: If you’re looking for a transition bed
This bed is an excellent choice if you’re looking for an affordable bed to transition your toddler into early childhood. It has everything you need to give them independence whilst also keeping them safe – just what a parent needs during this phase. You have the option of purchasing just the bed or a bad and the mattress, too.
Constructed from wood, there are two raised sides at the top to prevent your child falling out and hurting themselves. However, a downside of this bed is that there are no bright or colorful options to choose from, only gray, cherry brown, or white.
Curved Bed for Kids
Second Story Home
What we like: Good variety of colors
What we don’t like: No storage included
Not so great for: Smaller rooms
Perfect for: A traditional nursery
Recommended for children aged three to six, this bed for kids has a stylish and modern design. The large opening will give your child the freedom to get in and out of bed themselves without any fuss. Additionally, the soft velvet fabric rounded corners make it a safe option to use at any time of day.
We think it is a great choice if you want your child’s room or nursery to look sophisticated but are worried about keeping your child safe. It is available in six color choices, including cotton candy pink for your little girl or dusk blue for a boy. Neutrals are also available if that’s what you prefer.
Wasilewski Panel Bed
This bed unit can be dressed up or down, depending on your wishes for your child’s bedroom. Its solid wood frame and clean lines give it a classic appearance, and the slightly flared legs are sophisticated design details. The height of the bed is adjustable, from 6.5 to 11.5 inches, for under-bed storage or installing an extra trundle. It is made from plantation-farmed, sustainable hardwood so you can feel good about your choice of furniture.
JoJo Siwa Upholstered Twin Platform Bed
If your kid loves Jojo Siwa, then they’ll go nuts for this vibrant twin bed. Done up in bright pink with a unicorn and a rainbow on the headboard and bows at the baseboard, this bed will make any Jojo fan giddy. Hot pink faux leather is stretched over a sturdy wooden bed frame to complete this special sleeping nook. A heart-shaped Jojo Siwa logo adorns the headboard for the final touch on this whimsical, magical bed that sits low to the ground, so it is safe for toddlers.
Kids Bed with Ladder
What we like: Five color options available
What we don’t like: Lower weight capacity
Not so great for: A smaller bedroom
Perfect for: An active child
If your child never seems to get tired, this kids bed with a ladder will help to get them ready for bed. It comes with five different bed frame color options – white, black, blue, espresso, and gray. This allows you to match the frame to your child’s room depending on their wallpaper or bedding. No box spring is required.
Whether you choose bright white or espresso, you can guarantee your child’s safety throughout the night. A slat kit and guardrails come with this bed to make sure no tumbles happen. However, the weight capacity of 165lbs means your child might grow out of their bed once they start to get older.
Alfred Twin Loft Bed
This space-saver is attractive and functional. Kids will love sleeping in the loft and parents will appreciate the convenience of the homework desk beneath the top bunk. A slat system negates the need for a box spring; this piece’s warm wooden espresso-colored finish is ideal for any tween’s bedroom. With guard rails and a removable ladder, kids have a blast sleeping in the beloved top bunk and parents rest easy knowing their kids are secure.
Abby Twin over Twin Bunk Bed
Clean lines, subtle finishes, and an assortment of bed frame hues ensure this bunk bed fits in any child’s bedroom’s color scheme. You know your child is safe and secure with the bunk bed’s built-in ladder and guard rails, but you also have the option of converting the bunk bed into two single beds. The bed requires full assembly, and a slat system makes box springs obsolete. It’s an excellent choice for kids who are sharing space or who love to have friends over to spend the night.
Gilbertson Twin Platform Bed
This bargain-priced showstopper of a twin bed blends modern with whimsical, especially in the pink finish. Made of faux leather, its foam-filled headboard adorned button tufting is a perfect place for your young one to curl up. Its sturdy platform legs create storage space underneath this twin, and it comes in a few different color choices so that it fits in with any décor and any age.
Maddox Twin Platform Bed
This simple to assemble contemporary twin bed is ideal for growing kids. It’s modern lines, and durable exterior will last from preschool through high school. Its blocky legs and curved Shaker-style headboard make it ideal for children transitioning from a toddler bed and because it supports up to 300 lbs. parents can still snuggle while reading a bedtime story. It also sports a foot of space underneath for storage.
Kids Bed with Slide
Isabelle & Max™
What we like: Lots of space under the bed
What we don’t like: Not many color options
Not so great for: Toddlers
Perfect for: An adventurous child’s bedroom
Featuring an open frame look with a guardrail for safety, this kids bed with a slide is for the more adventurous children out there. Your child can climb up the built-in ladder at night and then slide down to get ready for school. The weight capacity of the slide is 150lbs.
We recommend this bed for a smaller bedroom due to the generous amount of storage space beneath. Although there are three bed frame color options available, white, gray, and silver, all come with a different color slide. This could be annoying if your child wants the silver frame but a red slide instead of blue.
Everton Metal Triple Bed
You’ve certainly seen double bunk beds adorning children’s rooms, but have you ever seen a triple bunk? With full-length guard rails and two built-in ladders, this bed sleeps three comfortably and will make multiple sleepovers a breeze. Strong metal construction and secured slats will let you rest easy, knowing your kids are safe. It’s a wonderful space-saver as well, especially for families that have multiples.
Schiavo Toddler Platform Bed
This toddler bed helps transition your child from a crib to the coveted big kid’s bed. Its low-slung design lets your child get in and out of bed without a hitch. The partial guard rails on either side provide security as well as an unobstructed view of your child when they are sleeping. The bed’s scaled-down sophistication and classic lines adapt it easily into any room décor as your child transitions from babyhood to childhood.
Koffler Twin over Twin Bunk Bed
This contemporary bunk bed saves space with tubular rod headboards, footboards, and detachable guard rails. A built-in ladder makes climbing to the top bunk a cinch for kids and parents will be assured that the construction is safe and sturdy. The sleek design of this bunk bed works well with modern décor or as an attractive subtle addition to kids’ rooms. There’s also enough space under the bottom bunk to store sports equipment, toys or seasonal clothing.